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renowned figures in modern dance, judith jamison, who was honored with a tribute at the white house today. >> lehrer: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> lehrer: two new polls released today show democrats in deep trouble with november's midterm elections less than two months away. newshour correspondent kwame holman begins our coverage. >> reporter: the polls paint a grim picture for the president and congressional democrats. according to an abc news/"washington post" survey, 46% of the country approves of the job mr. obama is doing as president while 52% disapprove. in the fight for control of congress, meanwhile, republicans hold a 53-40 advantage among those most interested in voting this fall. a separate nbc news/wall street journal poll meanwhile showed 61% of americans thinks the country is on the
with injuries where motorcycle swerved off the road to avoid a deer. jamison canyon west. a bad spot, a lot of folks use that to cut over to highway 29. a lane may be blocked. we'll keep an eye on this for you. interstate 80 heading towards the carquinez bridge no problems at all. so freeways are looking good. we're following that fatal accident this morning. this is on the almaden expressway. happened at o'grady but we heard from theresa it's shut down at harry road. you may want to consider camden avenue to get around the scene during the closure. eric, kristen? >> frances, thanks a lot. it's 5:37. >> the campaign to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in california picks up some powerful support today. that's coming up next. >> also the expected vote this week that could leave hundreds of a. c. transit riders waiting and waiting for the next spot. >> and a dead whale washes up on a local beach. why marine biologists are we're headed up to oregon to visit my parents. the riveras are taking their first family vacation. [ dad ] hey, do you guys want to see the largest artichoke ever
at the situation from last seaon a it started off, you know, you antawn jamison, gilbert arenas, and then everything falls out. and you and antawn end up leaving. how -- when you look back on that, how shocking is that that that happened to you, and was that something that just kind of left your mind when she moved on, or do you think about it and think about what could had been? >> it was just shocking, you know? but you know, me and -- being a man before anything, like i was just more concerned about, you know, reaching outo gilbert, doing his trying time becaus you know that's -- you know that's the brother. we saw that he was going through a lot. so you know, this -- just looking at what he was going through you know being traded and going to another team and still getting the opportunity to, you know, live your dream and you know do something that you love doing, that was like -- that made that whole thing that much easier. >> gue who came to dinner? >> thank you for coming. a big treat for me. >> thank you. >> i hope you enjoyed your lunch. >> i did. >> come back anytime e
of the -- and even for one of the challengers. the first one -- this is the one for iowa -- for david jamison. these are folks who are running for office that most people do not know much about what they do or who they are. they are seen as the functionaries of government. these candidates are bright, dynamic, energetic, and have great messages. i have seen those candidates' campaign many times. i have never seen candidates who have such a laser-beam focus. listening to dave this morning encourages me so much. you've of candidates who are on a mission and what to do this job. it is not just running for this so they can run for something else. you know that happens a lot. these folks want to do the job. he has a very clear agenda as to what he would do differently and why he is the better candidate to do this job at this very critical time in our history. the same could be said for matt schulz. secretary of state deals with elections. is clear message is you need an id to go on an airplane, to do everything you want to do. but you do not need one to vote? we care about the integrity of our sys
it up. marlins won 16-10. the man that shop of the sharks said good-bye today, greg jamison, been with the sharks since 1993, said he is stepping away from day to day operations, he is 60 years old and said that's enough for the sharks. >> i turn 60 this year. okay? so i turn 60. i feel 40 and i look 80. and so it's been an my mind for a while. >> he will get back doing something else. he is going out on top and feels it. we are showing the shark's new goalie. he was in chicago's goal when they knocked out the sharks last year. he signs today, $2 million deal. scary moment at the u.s. open, victoria azarenka top of the screen, collapsed during her match. happened 31 minutes into her dual. 21-year-old victoria azarenka was taken to the hospital for testing which showed she had a concession. fortunately the word is, that's it, she is okay. no sweat for u.s.a. hoops today. 4-0. here they go, derrick rose is awfully good, they win 88- 51. u.s.a. is 4-0 in international competition. iran gave them no challenge today. big deal at 49er tape, two of their stars got in a verbal altercation
will host a dance performance to honor the work of judith jamison, renowned artistic director for the alvin ailey dance theater. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. and tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." >>> and, finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. a "today" exclusive. an interview with the family lawyer of missing teen natalee holloway as suspect joran van der sloot speaks out. >>> and "today's" first jobs, what matt, meredith, al, and ann did before bringing you the news. >>> and now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports, and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. the day, today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
. >>> an incredible celebration of dance at the white house tonight for famed choreographer judith jamison. first lady michelle obama hosted the event in the east room. jamison spent 20 years as a dance instructor and artistic instructor for the alvin daley dance theater in new york. we'll be right back. thh >>> told felt like august the 37th, but septemberlike temperatures are on the way. forecast is next. [ male announcer ] have something you love doing? cheerios could be your ticket to do it. big time. you could win a once in a lifetime chance to live your passion by choosing from t never-dreamed-possible prizes. from a customized v.i.p. vacation, to a hollywood red carpet experience, to cooking with a celebrity chef, and more. find details on specially marked boxes of cheerios. why cheerios? because whatever you love doing, you'll need a healthy heart to do it. ♪ >>> welcome back, everyone. we squeezed out a beautiful habe take weekend and today heated up to 90 -- labor day weekend and today heated up to 94 degrees. it's still going to be warm tomorrow but not 94. 88 degrees it. a front will com
in the top of their fields despite suffering from mental illiteratesness. kay redfield jamison is on bipolar disorder a disease she struggled with throughout her adult should hood she's at the johns hopkins university and mood disorder centers. elyn saks was diagnosed with skittlschizophrenia as a young . she publicly revealed her illiteratesness iillness in 200. she is a professor at the university of southern california and sacks institute of mental institute ethics at uca. joining mor three scientists who performed cutting edge research into the biology of mental illness. jeffrey leashman studied related psychotic disorders. he's a professor at columbia university and director of the new york state psychiatric institute. stevestephen warren his research helped isolate the gene responsible for fragilelick syndrome. he's studying the basis of major psychiatric disorders. helen mayberg, her research uses scanning technology to isolate the brain regions involved in clinical depression. she's performed studies that illustrate the positive effects of deep brain stimulatioon depressed patients.
the playoffs 11 ti good percentage >>> in 134 years as president of the san jose sharks, greg jamison's team has made the play-offs 11 times. pretty good percentage. and a good one to go out on. jamison said today he is stepping down. >> it's a time for me to step away and think about doing other things. i look forward to slowing down and watching sharks hockey. i look forward to the success i believe we'll have this year. >> the gm didn't bring back nabokov, but today they signed the goalie that shut him out in the westerns conference finals this year. he agreed to a one-year deal worth $2 million. diemmy fresh often a stanley cup victory with the chicago blackhawks. >>> as i arrived at 49er practice, two players why arguing. eventually mike singletary walked both into the locker room. >> vernon and crabtree just to let you know i will not talk about the issue. but i will talk about this. they were both wrong. and we will not have distractions on this team. vernon just forgot temporarily that that is not allowed.we don't treat family like that. we don't disrespect each other. and i just nee
:00 this morning consider american canyon to get around it or jamison canyon. there is some scheduled road work going on. the north 280 connector ramp here to southbound 17 is scheduled to be closed until 6:00 this morning. so you may wanna consider an alternate and, also, southbound 101 to eastbound 237 is closed until 5:00 this morning. eric, kristen. eric, i think you had another song in mind with a cool breeze? >> just thinkin'. >> summer breeze. >> makes me feel fine? is that the note you handed to me? >> sing it! >> we'll work this out in the commercial break! thanks. (laughter) >> thanks, frances. no, no. the electronics around here can't take it. sparks will fly. and not those sparks either. read that. >> all right. still ahead on the abc 7 morning news -- i can sing it if you want -- why smashing your car in san francisco is about to cost sapphire preferred are worth 25% more on travel. we're like forget florida, we're going on a safari. so we're on the serengeti, and seth finds a really big bone. we're talking huge. they dig it up, put it in the natural history museum and we get to na
center. students attended a dance workshop and were treated to tributes to judith jamison. there were saying there were affleck's more than -- there were saying there were more athletes than dancers. >> that the lead. that is what "dancing with the stars" has revealed. >>> au pair has a new honor. she will be recognized as a kennedy center honorees. she has been nominated for a golden globe. paul mccartney, bill jones, and merle haggard have also been recognized. final heading into oprah's season. nice to get some recognition. >> there will not be anything left that au pair has not won. has earned it all. >>> outside, we have 72 degrees. >> you're watching "good mornin droiiiid. what this droid does will change how you do web connections. this creates a mobile 3g hotspot, powerful enough to fuel multiple devices at will. putting you at the center of your own world wide web. introducing the new droid x. the next generation of does. >>> a new store it is sparking a big battle in manassas. >> resident had a chance to speak out about it last night. this will be on battle street. it will s
at the situation from last season, and 2 sta it started off you, antawn jamison, gilbert arenas and everything falls out. you and anton end up leaving. when you look back on that, how shockings that that that happened to you? and was that something that just kind of left your mind once you moved on. ? or do you think back about it and think what could have been? >> it was a shock, but me and -- i was jt more concerned about reaching out to gilbert, during his trying time, because that's -- that's a brother of ours, we thought he was going through a lot. so, you know just looking at what he was going through, bein tradednd going to another team, still getting an opportunity to live your dream, you know, do something you love doing, that was like, that made that whole thing that much easier. >> thank you for coming. it's great. a big treat for me. >> thank you. >> i hope you enjoyed your lunch. >> i did. >> come back any time, even if lindsay's not here. >> you're great. >> i don't know how i feel about that happening. but. >> on't feel too good not getting any key lime pie. >> i'll put the reci
%. i blame joe jamison. >> he does control the media. >> brooke, you talked about obama promising too many things. but don't you get elected by promising everything to everyone? >> but he doesn't know about the old adage promise, let's deliver more. >> then you don't get elected. >> says who? >> you have to promise everything to everyone and people won't vote for you. >> i don't think that will happen again. >> i think it happens the next time there is an election. >> how much? >> a tie. >> you guys should have bet a dinner. >> a dinner plus tip. >> kisses before and after the desert. >> with a side order of smooching. we got alt smirk out of them. >> are we done? >> brooke, brooke, i will apologize for them over dinner. >> and kisses. >> are you talking about what plew perfect means. it talks about an event completed before another past action. it can also mean utterly perfect and complete. >> i did look it up. there were two meanings which confused me. >> it is really weird when does that happen? >> bill, were you trying to claim the element to the left didn't make ut a little bit o
at the situaon from last season, and it started off you, antawn jamison, gbert arenas and everything falls out. you and anton end up leaving. when you look back on that, how shocking is that that that happened to you? and was that somethg that just kind of left your mind once you moved on. or do you think back about it and think what could have been? >> it was a shock, but me and -- being a man before anything, i was just more concerned abo reaching out to gilbert, during his trying time, because that's -- that's a brother of ours, we thought was going through a lot. so, you know just looking at what he was going through, being traded and going to another team, still getting an opportunity to live your dream, u know, do something you love doing, that was like, that made that whole thing that much easier. guess who came to dinner? >> thank you for coming. it's great. a big treat for me. >> thank you. >> i hope you enjoyed your lunch. >> i did. >> come back any time, even if lindsay's not here. >> you're great.
tribute to judith jamison. my joints ache so bad, i wake up in pain every day. i want to know why. i want to know why my hair is falling out. how did this happen? how did this happen? a little pain in my knee. that's how it started. that's how it started, this rash on my face. now it's like my body is attacking me. i want answers. announcer: when you don't have the right answers, it may be time to ask your doctor the right question. could i have lupus? look at all this stuff for coffee. oh there's tons. french presses, expresso tampers, filters. it can get really complicated. not nearly as complicated as shipping it, though. i mean shipping is a hassle. not with priority mail flat rate boxes from the postal service. if it fits it ships anywhere in the country for a low flat rate. that is easy. best news i've heard all day! i'm soooo amped! i mean not amped. excited. well, sort of amped. really kind of in between. have you ever thought about decaf? do you think that would help? yeah. priority mail flat rate box shipping starts at $4.95, only from the postal service. colace capsules stool s
. no delays for bart, ace, muni or caltrain and jamison canyon highway 12, accidents near red top and near 80 but everything is cleared out of the way and things should be back up to speed in the area. that's a check of your traffic. here's tracy with your forecast. >>> hey, thanks, gianna. so our morning forecast will include some clouds out there. because of the clouds we have delays at the airport this morning so if you are traveling you might want to call ahead. low clouds and fog at the coast and the the farther inland you go, less clouds, mostly clear skies and temperatures ranging in the morning from the lower 50s to the lower 60s. temperatures cooling down. it is the last full day of summer, plenty of sunshine is expected but not as warm. inland 70 to 76. around the bay from the lower to the upper 60s. and cool along the coastline with fog expected and low clouds. here's what we're watching. clouds associated with a frontal system. it is pushing this way. it is going to cool us down, give us more clouds and those cooler temperatures, here they are. 70 in union city, 72 santa clara, 75
to speak backstage to this year's phoenix award honorees, judith jamison, harry belafonte, sheila oliver, and simeon booker. thank you for everything that you've done for america. [applause] i know you've spent a good deal of time during cbc weekend talking about a whole range of issues, and talking about what the future holds not just for the african american community, but for the united states of america. i've been spending some time thinking about that, too. [laughter] and at this time of great challenge, one source of inspiration is the story behind the founding of the congressional black caucus. i want us to all take a moment and remember what was happening 40 years ago when 13 black members of congress decided to come together and form this caucus. it was 1969. more than a decade had passed since the supreme court decided brown versus board of education. it had been years since selma and montgomery, since dr. king had told america of his dream -- all of it culminating in the passage of the civil rights act and the voting rights act. the founders of this caucus could look back and
:20. now we're waiting for the latest estimate. avoid that stretch and consider american canyon or jamison canyon as an alternate. we will keep you posted on the latest time they expect to have this reopened. more news now with kristen. >> we'll continue to follow that. thanks, frances. 5:22. this morning gay rights groups said a rutgers university student's suicide demonstrates a problem they're working to combat. young people who kill themselves after being tormented because of their sexuality. last week a freshman jumped off the george washington bridge after his dorm roommate recorded him having a sexual encounter with another man and broadcast it online. they are charged with invading his privacy and transmitting sexual content without his consent. it's a third degree crime that carries a maximum prison sentence of five years. >> with lawmakers eager to hit the campaign trail, sending president obama a stop gap spending bill these needed to keep the government running as of tomorrow. the bill funds the government at current levels for early december. lawmakers will return after the el
jose sharks with hockey season set to again in a few weeks. greg jamison announced yesterday he is stepping down as team president next month after 14 years at the helm. he will remain part of the ownership group and continue as president of the sharks foundation. and the sharks have also picked up the goalie who helped knock them out of the play-offs last season. he went on to win the stanley cup with the chicago blackhawks, san jose signed him as a free agent. >>> people in san francisco -- one san francisco neighborhood sounding off about growing problems with a popular park. neighbors say dolores park in the mission area gets loud and crowded even during the week. they say more people are drinking in the park and playing loud music at night and they want police to find a way to keep the neighborhood from getting trashed. it takes four gardeners up to five hours to clean that park monday mornings after a busy weekend. >> labor day weekend coming up, many people will be visiting parks. so our question of the day, what is your favorite park in the bay area? gardener demi does t
yesterday. looking pretty good into fremont. better news now if you're taking jamison canyon. west of interstate 80. all lanes open. an earlier motorcycle crash has been cleared. eric, kristen? >> frances, thank you so much. >> just ahead, 7 on your side's michael takes us in hunt for the best bathroom cleaner. >> a new deal that clears the way for h. p.'s former ceo to work for a potential rival. >> could be the hottest ticket in the bay area and it goes on sale today. what you need to know if you're looking to get your hands on when it comes to veterans, no one fights harder than jerry mcnerney. when some vets were forced to travel hours for care, mcnerney fought for a new v.a. medical facility, and won. mcnerney took on washington gridlock, to improve care for vets with traumatic brain injuries. his plan became law. that's why vfw state commander dave norris endorsed mcnerney. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i'm honored to approve this message. thanks, dad. >>> good morning, everyone. a tuesday, 6:13 on the morning news. you see this view from mount tam. wispy clouds. there's fog in the
. >>> there was a dance party last night at the white house. it was in honor of judith jamison. she spent 20 years as a instructor at the dance theater in new york. >>> well they say invitation is the sincerest form of flattery so lady gaga should love this story. our cameras caught dozens of fans heading into her concert last night dressed up in her most memorable costumes. >> are you going to say anything? >> i'm saying, steve chenevey went to the concert. >> and the people watching were as entertaining as the show itself. >> did you get involved in the side show, the acting? >> i watched it. >> lady gaga, no outfit. because it doesn't translate well to men. >> not to me at least. a lot of people were dressed up. >> was it a good show? >> yeah. >> she can swing, no doubt about that. >> that's true. >>> the adams morgan day festival, the longest continuing festival in the district of columbia. >> holly is learning more about the event going on this sunday. holly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's a beautiful morning out here and we're excited about the event coming up this weekend. th
ago, published by jamison books. i recommend it to you for viewers of c-span, you can order it on amazon. "a generation away its" by wayne thorburn. please welcome wayne thorburn. [applause] >> thank you, very much roger. thank you for coming today, and thank you to c-span for covering this event. we hope that you in the audience and those at home will find this informative in terms of a better understanding of the contemporary conservative movement and the roots from which it grew. 50 years ago this very weekend a group of just slightly under 100 young people in their teenaged years or their 20's gathered together at the family home of jim and william buckley. they came together -- came away with significant accomplishments, agreeing on a basic collection of principles that is referred to as the sharon statement. one individual, looking at that document a few years later had this to say about the significance of the sharon statement -- "no where else, for many years, did anyone attempt so succinctly and comprehensively, let alone so successfully to describe what modern amer
. the night was a tribute to iconic dancer judith jamison, who called dance the soul of this nation. she certainly is beautiful. they say in case you're wondering this is more athletic than artistic. i think you can see that, jus looking phy. etdd jing >> we'll be right back with more "world news now." let me tell you about a very important phone call i made. when i got my medicare card, i realized i needed an aarp... medicare supplement nsurance card, too. medicare is one of the great things about turning 65, but it doesn't cover everything. in fact, it only pays up to " 80% of your part b expenses. if you're already on or eligible for medicare call now to find out how an aarp... medicare supplement insurance plan / insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company, helps cover some of .the medical expenses... / not paid by medicare part b. that can save you from paying .up to thousands of dollars... out of your own pocket. these are the only medicare supplement insurance plans... exclusively endorsed by aarp. when you call now, you'll get this free information kit... with
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